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Modus VR Adds 20+ Crestron Products To Library

For those in Orlando, check out Modus VR’s demonstration at InfoComm 2021 on how to create room layouts using Crestron products.

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Virtual reality software provider Modus VR has added more than 20 popular Crestron products to the Modus VR library as an initial offering, with solutions spanning the enterprise, unified communications and residential market.

For those in Orlando for InfoComm, you can check out Modus VR’s demonstration on how to create room layouts using Crestron products and pretest the viability of their space and technology at the Modus VR booth, #3735.

The Modus VR platform is designed to allow integrators to pretest physical equipment and furniture configurations and demonstrate room layouts in true scale.

According to the company, Crestron dealers have been asking for solutions through the Modus VR application, and now users can see actual Crestron product specifications such as occupancy sensor projection patterns, so they will quickly know whether a solution is right for their needs.

Ken Brueck, founder of Modus VR, said in a statement that Crestron products are used by the majority of both enterprise and residential Modus VR customers and is one of the most requested brands to add to the company’s AV and tech library.

“We’re excited to work closely with them and support our customers and the industry,” Brueck said. Collaborating with Crestron also sends a strong message to our customers that we’re investing in this sector for the long haul as we continue to focus on the solutions and manufacturers that matter most to our dealers and their clients.”

According to Modus VR, subscriptions include unlimited use, training and support for the entire suite of Modus products, and every license includes frequent updates.

The technology allows integrators and space-planning stakeholder to pretest physical equipment and furniture configurations, demonstrate layouts in true scale,

The software also includes a suite of design tools, including remote design sessions without VR equipment, Modus Docs to generate professional line drawings, Modus Photo for rendering and Modus 360 for online viewing of 3D spaces anywhere in the world, the company says.

“Modus VR is taking the product specification process to a whole new level with their amazing VR technology” said Bob Bavolacco, Director of Technology Partner Programs for Crestron. “Modus VR provides one of the most effective ways for Crestron dealers to pre-model installations, bring projects to life and reach consensus about even the most complicated projects quickly and efficiently, and Crestron is excited to leverage the benefits of this growing technology.”